Journal of a graduate student in military history and the American Civil War
Next class starts Monday – Studies in U.S. Military History. I posted earlier a description of the class here.
I stacked up all the the required reading texts today in “historical order.” IMPRESSIVE! All are listed on my bookshelves here.
Written by Rene Tyree
April 4, 2008 at 4:08 pm
Posted in American Civil War, American Military University, American Revolution, Books, Graduate School, Iraq War, Korean War, Masters Degree, Persian Gulf War, Phillipine War, Seven Years' War, U.S. Military History, Vietnam, World War I, World War II
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Welcome! My name is Rene Tyree and I am a graduate student in military history with focus on the Civil War. I've designed the blog to keep the mass of information coming from my coursework, book reviews, and research organized and to plug into the rich conversations in the blogosphere on this topic.
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